Archive - Feb 4, 2013
By CARL SMITH
The Oktibbeha County Board of Supervisors agreed in principle Monday to enter into a reduced-cost comprehensive planning contract with Oxford-based firm Slaughter and Associates.
By STEVEN NALLEY
Oktibbeha County School District conservator Margie Pulley approved annual plans for technology, professional development and test security at the districtâ€™s regular monthly meeting Monday.
By NATHAN GREGORY
If all members of the Starkville Board of Aldermen vote the same way they did Jan. 2 to increase pay for the mayor and aldermen today during their meeting, they will have more than enough votes to override Mayor Parker Wisemanâ€™s veto.
By NATHAN GREGORY
For more than 10 years, the two-hour parking limit signs on Main Street were more of a reminder to be courteous to others visiting the downtown area than a rule.
That ends today, at least for the next four months.
Toriano Holloway did not expect to have "Dr." in front of his name when he was young.
George T. â€śTommyâ€ť Everett III could have gone to Ole Miss, but he instead became one of Mississippi State Universityâ€™s most distinguished alumni.
Oktibbeha County School District Conservator Margie Pulley will discuss several routine annual plans, but not the OCSDâ€™s proposed consolidation with the Starkville School District, at the OCSDâ€™s meeting at noon Monday at the OCSDâ€™s offices.
Mississippi State women's basketball coach Vic Schaefer was in a mood to celebrate Sunday afternoon.
Following a 47-44 victory for the Bulldogs over the Arkansas Razorbacks, Schaefer gathered his team around in front of the bench and shared a joyful moment.
There haven't been too many of those this season, but Schaefer wanted to make sure the players knew how he felt of their effort.